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There’s never been a better time to be a Charli XCX stan. Bodies Bodies Bodies full movie Pop music’s cult queen streaming free has dropped her new track, “Hot Girl,” the theme song for A24’s new slasher film.

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The singer teamed up with Greg Daniel of 1975 for the new song, which was commissioned by the team behind the film and intended to capture the spirit of the story. Thus:

“Pull up to the mansion, pull up to the party/All my friends are so hot, we gonna get it started,” the lyrics declare, in what is a pretty accurate description of the movie’s trailer. So goes the chorus: “I’m a hot girl, pop girl, rich girl/I’m a bitch girl, fast girl, catch me if you can, girl.”

It’s a running joke on TikTok to question whether one has just made the song of the summer, but Ms. XCX is putting in the work, even creating a little dancey-dance that she debuted on the app. Both Charli and the film’s stars (Amandla Stenberg,

Everywhere on August 12, 2022, featuring an original song from Charlie XCX.

Maria Bakalova, Myha’la Herrold, Chase Sui Wonders, and Rachel Sennott) have done their due diligence on TikTok to promote the tune.

Bodies Bodies Bodies, about a group of rich 20-somethings whose party gets horrifically derailed when a guest is murdered, premieres in theaters on August 12. Until then, you can bump the new Charli theme song to help you get in the “Hot Girl” mindset.

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A24‘s new horror movie Bodies Bodies Bodies is slashing into select theaters on August 5, 2022, and

That song is titled “Hot Girl,” and Charlie XCX has officially released the song and music video this afternoon. Listen below and find “Hot Girl” on your favorite music platforms now!

In the A24 slasher, “When a group of rich 20-somethings plan a hurricane party at a remote family mansion, a party game turns deadly in this fresh and funny look at backstabbing, fake friends, and one party gone very, very wrong.”

Meagan Navarro wrote in her review for BD, “Using a familiar social deduction game to implode an affluent group of fake friends in the most heinous way makes for a dementedly fun time that’s just as mean-spirited with the horror as it is the comedy.”

The cast for A24’s latest movie includes Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Pete Davidson, Rachel Sennott, Myha’la Herrold, Chase Sui Wonders, and Lee Pace.

With Bodies Bodies Bodies gearing up for its theatrical release

Halina Reijn directed Bodies Bodies Bodies for A24, written by Kristen Roupenian, Sarah Delappe, Chloe Okuno (V/H/S/94, Watcher), Joshua Sharp, and Aaron Jackson.

If you’re looking for a film that’ll challenge you to stay on your toes, Bodies Bodies Bodies is an absolute must when it hits theaters on August 5th.

The new A24 release takes place at a remote mansion where a group of 20-somethings is riding out a storm by throwing a hurricane party. At one point, they opt to play a round of a game called Bodies Bodies Bodies.

, director Halina Reijn and stars Amandla StenbergMaria BakalovaRachel SennottChase Sui Wonders, and Myha’la Herrold swung by the Collider interview studio at San Diego Comic-Con for a chat about the film.

If you’re wondering if the cast gave the game a go in real life, the answer is yes, and when asked who was the best at the game, Stenberg immediately jumped in; “

We’ve agreed that Maria was the best.” How does Bakalova feel about earning the title of best Bodies Bodies Bodies player? “I don’t know what to say.

I’m not sure. Is this a compliment? Is it actually a [critique]?” Herrold further elaborated on why Bakalova was the MVP of the game:

If you’re wondering who was the worst at the game,

Sennott had no problem awarding herself that title; “It was me because everyone kept thinking that I was the murderer and I wasn’t. I guess I look like a killer, but everyone kept being like,

It’s seamless paranoia-fueled mania that well suited the style with which Reijn likes to make her films. She explained:

‘It’s you,’ and I was like, ‘It’s really not.’” Stenberg added, “Rachel cannot tell a lie. She has too much anxiety.” Wonders also pointed out,

“Playing this game with actors, you don’t understand what to believe because that

could have been the performance of a lifetime was Rachel getting really worked up. It plays tricks on the mind.”

Bodies Bodies Bodies mirrors the firsthand experience of playing the game.